Fraud Detection Software: How to Shut Down ScammersBy Baselinemag | Posted 2006-06-12 Email Print
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The Sarbanes-Oxley Act has made automated monitoring of access to corporate systems--in order to detect and stop fraud--a top priority.
Lead Story: Stopping Corporate Fraud Schemes
In the wake of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, a new crop of tools popped up to cut the risk of fraud happening and also help technology executives get a better handle on their enterprise's financial controls. Find out how businesses like Avery Dennison and Reader's Digest Association have deployed such software, and what they've learned.
Voice of Experience: UGS's Bill Cronin
Cronin, head of HR and finance systems for the product development software company, had thousands of access conflicts to weed out of an SAP system. Find out how he tackled the problem.
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